The Mirror of Ink


The Mirror of Ink Jorge Luis Borges Wrote Playful And Deeply Imaginative Short Stories That Explore Philosophy, Paradox And The Nature Of Existence, And Penguin Modern Classics Introduced Many Of His Most Famous Works, Including Labyrinths, The Aleph And Fictions, To A Wide Audience This Collection Includes Seven Of His Most Famous Tales, Which Intrigue, Inspire And Mesmerize Through Their Singular Genius The Mirror Of Ink The Lottery In Babylon The Library Of Babel The Theme Of The Traitor And The Hero The Witness Ragnarok Blue Tigers

The Mirror of Ink

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  1. بثينة العيسى says:

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  4. Lizor says:

    I enjoyed the several stories, not all of them, though Some were a bit vague though I might have to reread them I feel like all stories were big metaphors for elements of life, but I didn t grasp all of them The diversity of culture...

  5. Anand Ganapathy says:

    My first book for 2016 I read Jorge Luis Borges for the first time following a recommendation by a very close friend of mine This book contains a set of short stories by Borges which are inspiring and haunting at the same time His ideas in ...

  6. Ollie says:

    Seven of Borges supposedly best short stories brought together for Penguin s slim pocket book collection of great literary authors Just over 50 pages long, it can be read in one sitting The short story that really caught my attention was The Library of Babel , where a hyper surrealist scenario leads the reader into labyrinthine and evocative imagery It s set in a library the size of the universe, where everyone is a librarian in charge of a section with a pre determinate amount of books In Seven of Borges supposedly best short stories brought together for Penguin s slim pocket book collection of great literary authors Just over 50 pages long, it can be read in one sitting The short story that really caught my attention was The Library of Babel , where a hyper surrealist scenario leads the reader into labyrinthine and evocative imagery It s set in a library the size of the universe, where everyone is a librarian in charge of a...

  7. Nawal says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here To reviewThe Mirror of Ink 5 5The Lottery in Babylon 4 5The Library of Babel 6 5The Theme of Traitor and Hero 5 5The Witness 5 5Ragnar k 5 5 Blue Tigers 6 5

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